Trevor Jackson Discovers A Naughty Surprise In His "Here I Come" Video

He's in-too-deep, yall. 

Trevor Jackson is back in the mix with a new video for his “Here I Come," which was featured on his latest mixtape, In My Feelings.

READ: Trevor Jackson’s “Rock Wit Me” Video Puts You In A School Daze

Things pick up where his previous visuals for “Rock Wit Me” left off. Just when he thought he had everything figured out with the apple of his eye, the young crooner soon finds out his girl's mother has some othern naughty plans for him.

READ: Trevor Jackson Goes Deep On His ‘In My Feelings’ Mixtape

Currently, Trevor is starring in the second season of the hit ABC drama American Crime, alongside Felicity Huffman, Regina King & Andre 3000.

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Ride Through East Atlanta With Dreamville In New "Down Bad" Video

Dreamville’s Revenge of The Dreamers III is one of the most lyrically-grounded albums of 2019. One of the many standouts on ROTD III is "Down Bad" featuring J.Cole, J.I.D, Bas, EarthGang and Young Nudy.

Today (Oct. 22), J.Cole's team unveiled the brand new music visuals to the fast-paced headbanger. The colorful visuals follow Cole, Nudy, J.I.D., Bas and EarthGang through the streets of Atlanta. Viewers get glimpses of the well-known Peach Street exit, and sign that welcomes visitors to East Atlanta, which is home to the likes of Gucci Mane, 6lack, and Nudy, EarthGang, among others. There's also raw footage of the Dreamville crew on a tour bus.

After a brief verse from rookie rapper Nudy, ATL's J.I.D. falls through with his mixture of clever wordplay and mature content.

"I was just down down bad/I had to tighten the fuck up/But I’m here for the crown /Board of Education vs. Brown/I was bored of education/Left the town/Fuck a resume and fuck a cap n gown/Fuck a background check back round/when I get the check, that's now," raps The Never Story rapper.

Back in July, it was revealed that a deluxe version of ROTD3 will be released with new songs but nothing has come to fruition yet. Revenge of the Dreamers I and II were released in 2014, and 2015, respectively.  Last month, Dreamville unveiled the video for "Under The Sun" with DaBaby, J.Cole and Lute.

Watch the video above.

 

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Dreezy And Jacquees Rekindle Flames In "Love Someone" Video

Dreezy and Jacquees decided to reignite their relationship in the video for the love ballad titled, “Love Someone. ”

Directed by Jake Riley and John Lathan, the visual follows the breakup of several couples. Playing the role of a scorned lover, Dreezy decides to light her man’s car on fire with gasoline. Meanwhile, Jacquees reflects on losing his woman.

Dreezy spoke to Coveteur about the lovelorn record.

"‘Love Someone’ kind of fell in place on its own. I was in the studio working on tracks, and I wanted a real-life personal song that I could include,” Dreezy said. “I was drawing inspiration from past broken relationships on my verses, and Jacquees just happened to pull up to the studio and lay down the perfect hook. I didn’t even plan for him to be on it, but it spoke to my heart and the emotion I had on the song. There was a point where I almost cried listening to it back.”

The record appears on Dreezy’s Big Dreez, which was released back in January. Jacquees is slated to release his forthcoming album, King of R&B,  on Nov. 8.

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OTF's JustBlow600 Narrates The Code Of The Streets In New "SnitchK 2x" Video

Rookie rapper, and OTF rep JustBlow 600 recently released his newest campaign for the streets with "SnitchK 2x," which seems fitting considering Tekashi 6ix9ine going against the code of the concrete

JustBlow's street anthem is also accompanied with a brand new video.

Shot by Cosmic Cel, the gritty visuals mesh with the song's grimy content. With grainy VCR footage throughout the clip, the "Percy Perc" MC finds himself inside of the project hallway, while other scenes show the rapper rolling backwoods and flashing machine guns inside of a tidy apartment.

On the rap side of things, JB rips through the moody instrumental with rhymes detailing the harsh realities of the streets.

"SnitchK 2x" follows successful tracks like "GangBangin," "OC," and "Cousins."

Watch the video above.

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